Haunt Against Hunger
A yearly food drive event
UPDATE: See You There!
See Below for Food Drop Box Locations
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When: Sunday October 19th
From: 5pm until 8pm
Where: Worth Village Hall

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Haunt Against Hunger is a positive community awareness event that brings attention to needy and hungry families as we approach the year’s end and the holiday season. In years past, the event has been a successful tool in helping fill the local food pantry’s shelves located at our own United Methodist Church at 7100 W. 112th Street.

The event is organized by Officer Anthony Ritz of the Worth Police Department and Webmaster for the Village of Worth. eMail me

The following are our participating haunted residences. A special THANK YOU goes out to them and everyone else that make these events fun and successful.

Debbie Gallagher 7100 W. 115th Place
Laura & Dennis Dombrowski 7111 W. 114th Place
John Strzempa 6955 W. 114th Place
Jim Krupowicz & Kim Lupescu 6843 W. 114th Street
Linda Doyle 11560 S. Nagle Ave.
Megan Strohacker 11119 S. Worth Ave.

Also a special thanks to Clerk Bonnie Price and Trustee Colleen McElroy for their help in promoting the event; Trustee Rich Dziedzic and Dan Knight for sponsoring and providing a vehicles: and the members of the Worth Police Department for their help.

The Reaper is a character by Robert Miller and can be found here on Facebook!

The Reaper's Vehicle and the Reaper's entourage is provided by Rich Dziedzic and R-Bikes found here.

The Antique Hearses
were provided by Troy Hambly, Lynn Johansen and the Lasryds Hearse Club.

Haunt Against Hunger is an organization founded by Thom Kramer. See:
http://www.hauntsagainsthunger.com/ Linda Blair, actress from 'The Exorcist' helps promote the cause.

A special thanks to Worth Woods School for the collection efforts of their staff and students.

Officer Anthony Ritz
Our Event Sponsors

We begin at the Village Hall where we collect our donated food and have an encounter with The Reaper! Then the Worth Police Department and Hearses from the LasRydes Antique Hearse Club escort us for a haunted walk around our best decorated yard haunts and haunted residences. Afterwards we will finish at the Worth Methodist Church for snacks and refreshments. Participants will be invited to attend the Worth Park District’s Nightmare at the Terrace Haunted House with a special discount coupon.

The event’s goal is to raise awareness and donations for the Food Pantry. The Food Pantry is located at the Worth Methodist Church at 7100 W. 112th Street. Food donations may be brought to this event or dropped off prior in the Village Hall or Police Station. We do not collect food door to door during our walk. To arrange a food donation
please email Officer Ritz.

We are primarily looking to accept canned or nonperishable foods like macaroni and cheese, tuna, peanut butter and cereal. For the holidays, the pantry is requesting items for Thanksgiving and Christmas such as side dishes, stuffing mixes, mashed potatoes, jellos, sweet potatoes, cranberries, gravy, cake mixes and frostings. This year we are also collecting donations of pet food! If it is raining heavy at the time of our event, we are moving all activities to the Worth Methodist Church located at 7100 W. 112th Street.

Village of Worth's Haunts Against Hunger food donation boxes are located at the following locations:

Worth Village Hall
7112 W. 111th Street

Chieftain's Bar & Grill
6908 W. 111th Street

Fairplay Foods
6620 W, 111th Street
G O Fitz Night Club
6959 W. 111th Street

Neat Repeats
7206 W. 111th Street

Worth Snack Shop
6948 W. 111th Street
Worth Park District Terrace Center &
Nightmare at the Terrace Haunted House
11500 S. Beloit Ave.